FOUNDATION LEGAL DOCUMENTS:
National Right to Work Foundation Freedom of Information Act Request  (.pdf) for communications between the NLRB and any third parties regarding the Boeing complaint.
South Carolina Boeing employees' motion to intervene and employee declarations in support of the motion  (.pdf), submitted by National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys.
Intervenors' reply to the IAM and General Counsel's opposition  (.pdf), submitted by National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys.
Intervenors' request for permission to appeal and text of their appeal  (.pdf), submitted by Foundation staff attorneys.
Intervenors' motion to stay the NLRB's ruling on the Boeing case  pending the outcome of their appeal (.pdf), submitted by Foundation staff attorneys.
Unfair labor practice charges  filed by Boeing employee Dennis Murray against the IAM union (.pdf), submitted by Foundation staff attorneys.
OTHER LEGAL DOCUMENTS
Boeing's response to the motion to intervene (.pdf).
IAM's opposition to the motion to intervene (.pdf).
Boeing's motion to dismiss the complaint  (.pdf).
SELECT MEDIA COVERAGE:
Charleston Post & Courier article and local TV news report on the Foundation's initial offer of free legal assistance. 
TV coverage  of the Foundation's efforts to help Boeing employees intervene in the NLRB's case.
Charleston Post & Courier article  on Foundation attorneys' efforts to help Boeing employees keep their jobs.
Additional local and national TV coverage  following the Right to Work Foundation's unfair labor practice charges.
Charleston Post & Courier op-ed  from Right to Work President Mark Mix, explaining the broader implications of the NLRB's complaint.
TEXT OF THE FOUNDATION'S INITIAL OFFER OF FREE LEGAL AID, ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE CHARLESTON POST & COURIER AND SUMMERVILLE JOURNAL SCENE:
ATTENTION: SOUTH CAROLINA BOEING EMPLOYEES
If you work at the Charleston Dreamliner plant, YOUR JOB COULD BE IN JEOPARDY.
International Association of Machinists (IAM) union officials and the Obama National Labor Relations Board are on the verge of closing the Charleston Dreamliner facility and moving production back to Washington State.
South Carolina workers could LOSE THEIR JOBS because of the demands of IAM union bosses.
THE NATIONAL RIGHT TO WORK LEGAL DEFENSE FOUNDATION is offering FREE LEGAL ASSISTANCE  to Boeing employees affected by this power grab.
THE RIGHT TO WORK FOUNDATION has decades of experience defending individual workers' rights from compulsory unionism abuses. Foundation attorneys have argued 14 cases before THE U.S. SUPREME COURT and are currently helping thousands of employees nationwide.
If you work in or are applying for a job at the Boeing Dreamliner plant in Charleston, PLEASE CONTACT THE FOUNDATION TODAY to speak with an attorney about your legal rights.
To request free legal assistance, click here  or call 800-336-3600.
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The Foundation's legal aid program is COMPLETELY FREE, so please contact us today.